Gran Turismo Sport Is Making Some Changes, Get The Details

Posted By   gnome's Avatar gnome   on November 27th, 2017 Report
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Polyphony Digital may have released Gran Turismo Sport onto the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR platforms, but that doesn't mean that the developers are done with the game. In fact, president and creative lead Kazunori Yamauchi revealed that there's some big content on the horizon set to release for the racing sim.

It's awesome they are adding cars for free, specially with all the controversy that's going around with microtransactions in games you've paid full price for.

There's a good roadmap ahead, including more cars added and some good improvements to single player. Which is great, single player has been one of the weakest parts of Gran Tourismo Sport. Hopefully this trend of adding free stuff to the game continues.

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